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Small- to midsized businesses have many faces. Some companies may truly be mom and pop firms run out of a garage, yet others are substantial businesses with 50- to 100 employees. Any way you cut it, opting to spend money on security technology costs money. That’s why the Better Business Bureau (BBB) in tandem with […]

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Half of small business owners have experienced malware, phishing, Trojans, hacking, and unauthorized access to customer data, according to Nationwide survey. Nearly 80 percent of small-business (SMB) owners don’t have a cyberattack response plan, even though more than half were victim to at least one type of cyberattack over the past year, according to Nationwide’s […]

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A new study conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by password management provider Keeper Security analyzed the state of cyber-security in small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and found that confidence in SMB security is shockingly low (just 14% of the companies surveyed rated their ability to mitigate cyber attacks as highly effective). “We’ve conducted […]

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